Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Ognen, Mar 1, 2008.

  1. Ognen

    Ognen Active Member

    Mar 1, 2008
    Nice forum
    I am new to this, so I may ask some stupid question. So I hope you are here to help me. :D

    I will describe my question as when I hear pro tracks, on a radio, on a CD, even on a record, I hear the unique 'enhanced sounding' of the tracks which I call it that. I sense a freshness of the sound, beside the loudness, the balanced EQing and such stuff. I am a bit confused how you can reach such freshness of the sound, is that some background noise on a very low level that flows through the mix, an overall reverb effect that simulates room effect, or this might be the very complex process of mixing, EQing and dynamizing together?

  2. bent

    bent No Bad Vibes! Well-Known Member

    Oct 26, 2007
    Cocoa, FL
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    Delete the background noise idea, there's nothing like that;
    Add mics and mic placement (and gain structure) to that statement and you're cooking with gas!
  3. casper

    casper Guest

    As Bent said... Heres A good guide to reference on the subject:


    Luckily I had it on the clipboard from my last post!


    that's a fantastic link.

    I've found it VERY useful
  5. Ognen

    Ognen Active Member

    Mar 1, 2008
    Hmmm... As I can see from the link casper showed me, it is really interesting indeed, a plenty of useful informations. Thank you! :)

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